Woman arrested in morning raid
VIDEO A WOMAN was being held by police today following an early morning raid by trading standards officers.A team of officers from Suffolk County Council executed a warrant at an address in Nacton Road, Felixstowe at 8.20am.
A WOMAN was being held by police today following an early morning raid by trading standards officers.
A team of officers from Suffolk County Council executed a warrant at an address in Nacton Road, Felixstowe at 8.20am.
Police working in conjunction with trading standards arrested the 57-year-old woman as she opened her front door and trading standards officers then went inside to carry out a thorough search of the property.
Inside they found 800 copied computer discs, with an estimated retail value of £100,000.
The raid followed intelligence received by trading standards into the sale of illegally copied computer software.
The woman was arrested on suspicion of offences against the Trademark Act and was due to be questioned today.
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She was kept inside the house for about an hour while the trading standards team carried out a search of the property, at the corner of Nacton Road and Felixstowe Road.
She was taken to Felixstowe police station at about 9.25am and the search of the property continued throughout the morning.